pivotal to the sustainability and future growth of Arts Centre Melbourne,
ensuring its shared vision and strategic aspirations are met. Under the
leadership of its recently appointed Executive Director, Philanthropy, the
Philanthropy team has been restructured and now seeks significant new team
members for its continued growth.
Based at state-of-the-art
facilities at the Lowy Cancer Research Centre, UNSW Australia, Sydney, the Institute is
currently seeking a Bequests Executive as it looks to significantly build on its strategic
fundraising activity and philanthropic income.
“Every 15 minutes, someone in the UK starts to lose their sight” Moorfields Eye Hospital and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology have an exciting, once-in-a-generation opportunity to create a state-of-the-art integrated treatment, research and education centre in central London, which will benefit both patients and those with sight problems worldwide. Moorfields Eye Charity, in partnership with UCL, is in the early stages of a major campaign to raise £100m in support of this initiative. £75m will support the capital element and £25m will enhance and bolster the partnership’s research programme ahead of the move. We are seeking two Development managers to secure major gifts from high net worth individuals, charitable foundations and corporates. The post holders will play key roles in the delivery of the landmark £100m campaign.With experience in a donor-facing fundraising role, you have a successful track record in securing gifts at the five figure level. You have excellent relationship building skills, ideally gained in a complex environment where you are working with academics or highly trained specialists. Confident in your ability to operate externally as an ambassador of Moorfields, you also have the negotiation and diplomacy skills to do the same with internal audiences within the hospital and the Institute. Critical to your success will be your positive and pro-active approach to fundraising, and your knowledge of best practice in the field. An empathy for and understanding of the medical/health sector would be advantageous.
Are you looking for a meaningful role where you can use your relationship building skills to make a difference?As Ireland’s University on the world stage, Trinity College Dublin is recognised for academic excellence and a transformative student experience. With a tradition of scholarship spanning more than four centuries, Trinity is home to talented and enquiring minds, a liberal education, and pioneering research.Under the dynamic leadership of Provost Patrick Prendergast, Trinity is about to embark on a new chapter of its philanthropic history as it prepares to launch its first college-wide campaign. Central to this are plans for the largest science, technology and engineering education investment programme in the history of Ireland to respond to the requirements of 21st century. Working closely with the Director of Campaigns you will raise significant gifts for the College. We can offer you a stimulating career, the chance to work in partnership with some of the world’s most successful people, a supportive and professional team, and the opportunity to change lives for the better.You don’t need to have previous experience in philanthropy: we are happy to support you and provide you with the training and development you need. We are looking for a passion for the cause, a self starter and powerful advocate with experience of managing high level relationships.Your drive and ambition will enable you to make a substantial impact on the future of this great institution.
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